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Easter

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  • Celebrity Apprentice: Are you ready for your closeup?

     
    Money money money money....moooneeey!It's episode two of "Celebrity Apprentice." We open seeing Bret Michaels putting his winnings from last week to good use with some cute kids with diabetes. He gives them a peek into Donald Trump's boardroom. Kids...
  • Easter brunch options

     
    If you don't feel like cooking up a big holiday spread Sunday, you don't have to. A number of area restaurants are serving Easter brunch. Too many, in fact, to list. Luckily, someone has done it for me. Sun photo......
  • Peeps sushi

     
    I like marshmallows as much as the next gal, but only toasted over a campfire. Crispy, caramelized outside, gooey inside -- that, I get. What I don't get is eating marshmallows "raw," particularly at this time of year, when they're......
  • Mom's Italian ricotta cheese pie

     
    When I was a kid, it wasn't Easter morning unless there was cheese pie for breakfast. The traditional Sicilian dessert, made with a cookie-like crust and ricotta filling, is creamy and not too sweet, so it can pass for the......
  • Brunch -- or is it lupper? -- at Milan

     
    Here it is, Easter morning, the perfect time for new beginnings. The restaurant/lounge Milan has picked this day to start offering brunch. "Milan, the new Italian/Mediterranean restaurant on the edge of Little Italy and Harbor East, has announced that it....
  • 'The Amazing Race': Don't call it a comeback

     
    Bucky recaps last night's Amazing Race. Take it away, Bucky!The Amazing Race picks up at last week’s Pit Stop in the Seychelles and we learn that the teams will all catch a 2 a.m. boat that will take them to......
  • Top Ten most loved, least used kitchen tools

     
    I suspect every avid cook has a bunch of gadgets that are well loved but not well used.There are lots of things in my kitchen that collect dust yet will never get the heave-ho. Some aren't that useful but have......
  • Going from a dairy farm to custom-built homes

    Mount Hebron is a quiet neighborhood where some of the founding landowners still live. Deer are known to nibble on landscaping. Sounds of the local high school marching band can be heard as residents rake their leaves in the fall. "It gives a nice feel...
  • 'Spoons' supplies restaurant-tour scoop

     
    I had the chance to tour what were described as Baltimore's "most sustainable" restaurants the other day. So did Spoons, a longtime Dining@Large lurker who sent me this guest post. I didn't actually meet Spoons on the tour, but I......
  • Whit Sunday and gooseberry tarts

     
    FROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS: Today is Whit Sunday for many Christians. Also called Whitsunday, Whitsuntide or just Whitsun, it marks seven weeks, or 50 days (Pentecost in Greek) from Easter Sunday, and the day when the Holy Spirit descended on......
  • Eclipse of the sun today, for the South Pacific

     
    FROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:If you’re reading this, you’re probably not in the South Pacific for today’s total solar eclipse. Me neither. Too bad. The new moon will slide in front of the sun’s disk beginning at 2:15 p.m. EDT,...
  • Surge in converts to Catholicism

    A police officer assigned to watch over a church nursery during Mass overhears the homily and becomes intrigued. A retail manager struggling with the loss of hours at work is inspired by the faith of his fiancee. A married mother of two looks for...